Research

Measurement & methods

Measurement & methods

Productivity is fraught with measurement issues, notably to do with output in service sectors, regional price and productivity differentials, intangible inputs and environmental capital, and knowledge. New techniques and novel data sources, including administrative data and ‘big-data’ at granular levels, can help to gain deep understanding of regional, national and firm-level productivity drivers.

Theme lead

Professor Rebecca Riley

Co-Investigators

  • Professor Mary O’Mahony Professor of Applied Economics, King’s Business School, King’s College London

Recent Publications

B. van Ark, A. J. Venables, (2020)

A concerted effort to tackle the productivity puzzle during the post-COVID era